I started this by heating a medium sized ceramic pot with near boiling water. Then putting 2.5 grams of leaves and giving a little shake , I got a lovely light chocolate and citrus aroma, its actually a little hard to describe as its quite sweet, maybe caramel as well.
Brewing it at 205 for about 90 seconds, I got a clear red liquor with the same aroma but much more intense now. The flavors are light caramel and chocolate with a little bit of citrus and raisins. This tea is quite soft and light, and I would highly recommend drinking it straight up. Though it might work iced with just a touch of sugar, I might have to try that sometime.
Flavors: Caramel, Chocolate, Citrus, Raisins, Sweet